Complete with down home country humor, true emotion and even some audience participation, the story of a music legend will be performed at Habersham Community Theater.
Local sailors can compete for a worthy cause in the Leukemia Cup Regatta on March 11-13 at Lake Lanier Sailing Club in Flowery Branch.
The Sautee Nacoochee Center is joining Serenbe Playhouse to bring "The Secret Garden" to the Sautee Nacoochee Community Center Theatre.
One of the founding members of The Irish Tenors will once again share his vocal talents at First Baptist Church of Gainesville.
A legion of wordsmiths will journey to downtown Dahlonega on March 12-13 for the yearly celebration of books and writers.
Children ranging in age from 8 to 12 years old can get creative with clay thanks to local artist Julia Holmes.
Nationally syndicated columnist, Fox News contributor and author Star Parker will be the keynote speaker at the annual Fundraising Gala for Choices Pregnancy Care Center.
Students with an artistic prowess and desire to pursue a college education have a shot at earning scholarship money through the Visual Arts Showcase.
Runners in the Attack the Castle race Saturday must scale obstacles and avoid the castle's defenses, including water balloons thrown by a trebuchet.
Undressing in 19th century Victorian England was much more complicated than it is today.
Known for her mixed-media paintings that combine a bright palette with calligraphy, fabric and graffiti techniques, Vivian Liddell will showcase her work at Piedmont College in Demorest.
John Kollock loved North Georgia and his life's work showed it.
Local, regional and national talents will auction off their art to the highest bidder, and it's all to help fund more artistic endeavors in Gainesville.
While many children are entertained with iPhones and iPads, the Holly Theater strives to introduce the youngest generation to the arts.
A green ogre and his wise-cracking sidekick Donkey are the main characters in a new kind of fairy tale - one with wit, flare and misfits.
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For the 14th year in a row, the streets of downtown Gainesville will shut down for Memorial Day, as residents line up to remember fallen ...
Mary Kay Andrews, whose newest novel, "The Weekenders," was released earlier this month, will be featured at a book signing event at 2 p.m ...
Jam in the Park, a free concert benefiting Shriners Children's Hospital, will be from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 4 ...
His music was iconic. And now the David Bowie, who died in January, will be remembered in a performance with some of his greatest hits ...
While some runners will race around the Eagle Ranch to benefit the children there, others will go the distance to support The Church @ War Hill ...
Camp Toccoa at Currahee was an important training site during World War II. More than 17,000 paratroopers - then a new type of soldier - spent ...
There are many ways to see the North Georgia mountains, but few compare to gliding through the open air, zipping over creeks and through trees.
It's a little bit high-tech gaming and a little bit old-fashioned treasure hunting.
The hills of Gainesville will be alive with the sounds of live music come summertime.
Georgia's bustling wine industry showcases its barrels of wine in the summer with festivals and activities.
The early morning skies in North Georgia's "alpine village" fill with dozens of massive, bright and colorful hot-air balloons for an annual spring event.
To kick off the best "summer party," the John Jarrard Foundation will entertain landlubbers, boaters and everyone in between with its second annual Lake Show.
Imaging jogging on a closed course with shaded, tree-lined paths and beautiful paved roads with pasture and lake views for a good cause.
Hall County is issuing its first open call for artists to participate in the Hall County Government Center Public Art Program.
Three distinct art exhibits will open next week at Quinlan Visual Arts Center in downtown Gainesville.
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